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The House passed the measure 228-206 late Friday.
The DHSS reported on Friday 870 new COVID cases across the state.
Peninsula begins vaccinating 5- to 11-year-olds for COVID-19 following CDC approval earlier this week.
The clinic, currently open between 4 and 8 p.m., has operated since May at the intersection of the Kenai Spur and Sterling highways in Soldotna.
The area stretches north from about Anchor Point to Ninilchik, and is 3 nautical miles to 200 nautical miles off Alaska.
The nearest cross street to the location of the fire was Knight Drive.
Both were elected during the Oct. 5 municipal election
The scholarship program honors “outstanding youth” in Alaska who are making a difference in their communities.
The company’s Kenai refinery employs about 250 full-time workers
At Central Peninsula Hospital there were 19 COVID patients on Thursday morning — 18 of them unvaccinated.
The move was to give newly elected members more time to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the project.
The CDC on Tuesday extended the emergency use authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to the 5 to 11 age group.
Incumbents are flush with cash, but challengers are growing
The program would allow patients with some conditions to be monitored or treated at home without needing to call an ambulance.
The new station will provide 20,000 gallons of water for fire suppression
The slide was about 250-feet wide and 6- to 8-feet thick with mud and debris.
Artists collaborate on a single mural at the Kenai Art Center this month.
House Bill 52 could add land to north shore side of Kachemak Bay State Park.
The landslide happened on a section of road between Mileposts 49 and 51 on the Sterling Highway.
Students, teachers speak out about LGBTQ+ inclusion at school board meeting.